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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by dsiglin, Oct 21, 2013.
From yesterday's offroading adventures.
Thank you, I tend to get jealous of you European folks with your proper mountains, but the Appalachians have their moments.
One other B&W I just finished:
Having so many 3000 meter mountains can be pretty annoying too ...
With great envy i am looking at this picture, realizing we don't have that here in the Netherlands. Well taken shot!
Nice works on the dawn
If you want tall mountains, you don't have to cross the pond. Just head West to the Rockies, the Sierra Nevadas, and the Cascades.
However, having grown up in the Appalachians and the Smokies, I agree that that part of the country can also be gorgeous.
(BTW, I'm not minimizing the beauty of the European mountains, as I love that scenery also, especially the Berner Oberland and Lugano areas in Switzerland. I'm just saying that there are stunningly beautiful high mountain areas to which you can drive.)
- Tom -
Just plain nice
Yes, I spent seven of my formative years in Switzerland, and the Alps are certainly majestic, but the Cacades are nothing to sniff at.
Mt. Shasta 14,179 feet (4,322 m)
Shasta Sunset.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
Mt. Rainier 14,411 ft (4,392 m)
Rainier Ferry.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
Not bad looking for a couple of big rocks sticking out of the prairie.
Couple of beauties there. The mountain looks like it's floating in the 2nd pic.
Yup, that 2nd photo is simply amazing!!! Nice work David